Mountain Goats Live at Village Tavern on 2004-10-19
01. Southwood Plantation Road
02. Linda Blair Was Born Innocent
03. Slow West Vultures
06. First Few Desperate Hours
07. -Dilaudid Intro-
09. Jam Eater Blues
10. Your Belgian Things
11. Letter From Belgium
12. Alpha Incipiens
13. Alpha Omega
14. Oceanographer's Choice
16. -Lion's Teeth Intro-
17. Lion's Teeth
18. I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone
19. Going To Georgia
20. See America Right
21. The Best Ever Death Metal Band In Denton
22. -Stage Banter-
23. Terror Song
Collection MountainGoatsBand/Artist Mountain GoatsVenue Village TavernLocation Mt. Pleasant, SCSource soundboard = sbd > pcm-m1; audience = oade bros. audio micro mics > tcd-d8 (with oade audio performance upgrade)Lineage sbd/aud > delta 1010 via spdif (digital coax) > cubase 2.2 (recording/syncing/mastering) > soundforge 7 (split into tracks) > flacTaped by sbd = tightglobes, aud = tfunk70Transferred by tightglobes
March 13, 2009
awesome awesome awesome
Don't even bother with the mp3s. Grab the flacs and burn this one. Just fits on an 80 minute cd. 5 thumbs up.
May 8, 2008
Great Recording of a Kickin' Concert
First off, dittos that the sound on this is some of the best I've heard on a bootleg.
Love the energy of this show. You can always tell when John is really digging an audience. Only thing "off" is how often his guitar is out of tune, but with JD that somehow works in his favor sometimes. He is the punk rocker of acoustic folkies, after all.
August 9, 2005
End of the tour and great
Of all of the shows on archive.org
, this is my favorite. It's got all of the necessary qualities: excellent and clear sound (tip of the hat to the taper and the sound person - crystal clear, no distortion or drops), enthusiasm and high spirits. The setlist favors the last two records, but I otherwise never would have heard Jam Eater's Blues, and the versions of Alpha Incipiens, Alpha Omega and Going to Georgia are phenomenal. I actually found this recording to be much more satisfying than their recent show in Montreal, which was short and grumpy.